Video Course: 

Common Sports Injuries

What's Included

10 video discussions with Dr. Canty
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Video Course: 

Common Sports Injuries

Greg Canty, MD
Dr. Canty describes in detail a number of common sports injuries, from the ankle to upper extremities. This insightful course is perfect for any young athlete's family to learn more about the complexities and common injuries that can come from being active.

Video Modules

Introduction with Dr. Greg Canty (2:51)
Unique Youth Athlete: How Treating a Youth Athlete is Different Than Treating an Adult Athlete (9:14)
Common Lower Extremity Injuries - Ankle (11:30)
Common Lower Extremity Injuries - Knee - ACL (10:22)
Common Lower Extremity Injuries - Knee - Patella + Chronic Knee Injury (14:28)
Common Lower Extremity Injuries - Knee - Anterior Knee Pain (10:50)
Common Lower Extremity Injuries - Pelvis (8:46)
Upper Extremity Injuries (25:31)
Common Back Injuries (5:28)
A Conversation with Dr. Canty and Dr. Honaker (14:09)

Greg Canty, MD

Dr. Canty is the Medical Director for the Sports Medicine Center at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO as well as the Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Pediatrics at the University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC) School of Medicine.

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